ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando Magic GM Rob Hennigan said Wednesday that trade talks involving Dwight Howard with the Brooklyn Nets are “stationary,” but that discussions remain open with them and other teams.

Without giving specifics, Hennigan said that the current parameters of the Nets’ offer — believed to be a multi-team sign-and-trade in which Orlando receives Brooklyn center Brook Lopez and draft picks — wasn’t favorable to the Magic.

“We’ve had discussions with Brooklyn, we’ve had discussions with a host of different teams about a host of different issues. And the answer is yes, we’re still talking to them,” Hennigan said. “We’re still looking to do whatever it is that puts us in the best position.

“… Currently as they stand I think the parameters that we’ve talked about are a little bit in a stationary position. And currently as it’s constructed I’m not sure there’s really anything to discuss.”

Hennigan said he also continues to speak with Howard and his reps, and that he and Orlando officials will continue to keep dialogues open to work out a deal that is in the best interest of the Magic.

He is currently under contract with the Magic through next season after giving up a clause in his contract that would have allowed him to be an unrestricted free agent this summer.

HEAT: Ray Allen’s role is yet to be totally determined. And that clearly doesn’t bother the NBA’s leading 3-point shooter.

Allen and Rashard Lewis officially signed their free-agent contracts, giving the NBA champions a pair of veterans who bring tons of experience and versatility to a lineup already featuring LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.

And both wasted no time saying they want to adapt to the Heat way.

“Whatever’s going to be best for me in this situation is going to figure itself out,” Allen said, flanked by the Heat president, Pat Riley, and Coach Erik Spoelstra for his introductory news conference. “This team won a championship without me. I’m not going to come in and expect for Coach to cater to who I am and what I do. I’ve got to make that work on the floor with my new teammates.”

Allen agreed to join the Heat last week, deciding to leave Boston after five wildly successful seasons and the 2008 NBA championship.

KNICKS: Jeremy Lin will be staying put in New York and as the starting point guard.

Coach Mike Woodson repeated that Lin will “absolutely” be back next season and will enter training camp as the starter at his position, even with the Knicks agreeing to a deal with veteran Jason Kidd.

Lin has agreed to sign an offer sheet with the Houston Rockets for about $28 million over four years. The Knicks have said all along they planned to match any offer.

NETS: Center Brook Lopez agreed to an extension.

Free-agent forward Gerald Wallace signed a four-year, $40 million contract.

ROCKETS: Houston officially traded point guard Kyle Lowry to Toronto for a future first-round lottery pick and forward Gary Forbes.

CAVALIERS: Cleveland signed forward Luke Harangody to a $1.1 million contract for next season.

THUNDER: Oklahoma City signed undrafted free agent Hollis Thompson to a contract.

NETS-CLIPPERS: Los Angeles traded forward Reggie Evans to Brooklyn in a sign-and-trade deal for the right to swap second-round draft picks with the Nets in 2016.

Evans averaged 1.9 points, 4.8 rebounds and 13.8 minutes in 56 games last season.

TRAIL BLAZERS: GM Neil Olshey said the team will match any offers for French swingman Nicolas Batum.

Olshey’s comments came amid speculation the team is working on a sign-and-trade with Minnesota, which is interested in the restricted free agent.

CLIPPERS: Free agent Jamal Crawford, who played in Portland last season, signed a deal with Los Angeles.

nLos Angeles signed All-Star forward Blake Griffin to a five-year contract extension that could be worth up to $95 million.

HAWKS: Atlanta officially announced its trades of Joe Johnson to the Nets and Marvin Williams to the Jazz for Devin Harris.

THREE-TEAM TRADE: Two people familiar with the decision said Golden State will send Dorell Wright to Philadelphia in a three-team trade that will net guard Jarrett Jack from the New Orleans Hornets.

In the deal the Hornets will receive the 76ers’ draft rights to Edin Bavcic of Bosnia and Herzegovina in a salary-slashing move.

BUCKS: Milwaukee signed second-round draft pick Doron Lamb to a multiyear contract.

SPURS: San Antonio re-signed Tim Duncan, bringing back the veteran forward for at least a 16th season.

PISTONS: Kyle Singler signed a multiyear contract with Detroit after spending last season playing in Spain.